For months, there has been a fight from a St. Louis alderwoman and supporters against city deals for a developer to build this big tower at the foot of Forest Park. On Monday, that fight may be unraveling.
The Fetal Care Center in St. Louis is the only one in the area, and one of the only in the Midwest, that performs surgery on infant patients with a form of Spina Bifida, called Myelomeningocele, in the womb.
The former owner of a Clayton construction company pleaded guilty this week to two counts of wire fraud for violating St. Louis’ Minority Business Enterprise participation requirements in order to qualify for a tax abatement.
A Missouri concrete contractor has been working under the radar for years and taking on new jobs despite a trail of lawsuits, a police investigation, and court orders to pay back tens of thousands of dollars.
On the 50th anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, there are strong feelings on both sides. But in Missouri lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are coming together to try to help women after they give birth.